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Feminine Wall Sconces Add Intricate Lines to Sleek and Simple Bathroom

If you really think about it, the amount of time you spend primping in front of the mirror is probably outrageous. From getting yourself ready for that big date, to just a few minutes at night for your bedtime routine really add up. So, next to your bedroom, shouldn’t your bathroom be a place to reflect your personal style, without concern as to if your guests will be comfortable in the space? If this means painting the space black with neon green accents, then go right ahead!

A bit on the simpler end is this master bath featured in Southern Living. Southern Living magazine is the forefront for carefree, easygoing living, and this bathroom reflects exactly that. While not all may care for the lavender rugs and hand towels, the white wainscoting is an undeniable characteristic of long-standing design trends. Finished off with ample counter space and plenty of natural light, this bathroom is a great place to wind up, and unwind after a long day.

A simple light fixture is the cherry on top to this whitewashed bathroom. Similar to the Sidney Wall Sconce, these bathroom vanity lights feature elegant, feminine details to complement the sleek yet farmhouse style lines of this master suite. The Sidney Wall Sconce features a unique look, seen in the mounting plate, as well as the tulip shaped glass encasement. Some may even go as far to say that it is somewhat reminiscent of the hurricane glass, made popular by restaurants and bars in the Big Easy! As a vintage wall sconce, this light fixture is available in classic and traditional finish options to outlast the design fads that pass through from year to year. You could even opt for the Sidney as a single or double wall light, perfect for those with junction boxes above the mirrors.

Top Photo Courtesy of Southern Living

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